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Individual Psychotherapy for Psychotherapists
Our senior clinicians specialize in facilitating Psychotherapy or Supervision for Professionals in the Mental Health field. We believe that the therapist's own psychotherapy is a delicate and necessary instrument through which she, he or they can better trust their expertise and ability to remain fully present when working with their own clients. We believe the therapist's own therapy encourages the mastery of unconditional self-love and acceptance which concurrently, may increase the capacity to identify and manage countertransference in the therapeutic relationship with their own clients. We have extensive training in evidence based therapeutic modalities (ART, CBT, DBT, ACT) and Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Mindfulness and Acceptance based theories; as well as Buddhist teachings on mindfulness, stress reduction techniques, and other non-traditional approaches to mood management and overall well being are utilized.
Supervision for pre-licensed clinicians
Specialized in serving First Gen., Latinx Psychotherapists and BIPOC populations
For adults, youth and children
Depression & Anxiety
Trauma / PTSD (Victims of Crime)
Relationship Problems - Bicultural Couples
Loss & Grief
Monolingual Spanish Speaking
Year round Open and Closed groups
Call for current on-going groups
Social Skills for Children
Our therapeutic approach is grounded in a trauma informed, social justice framework; we are fully aware of how social, political, and economic conditions contribute to the emotional and mental distress in our communities. All our clinicians are LGTBQ-C Affirmative.
For Immigration cases
All Mental Health Immigration Evaluations are done by licensed clinicians who are experienced in the specific type of case you need for your immigration petition.
Immigration evaluations we offer include:
* VAWA Evaluations (Violence Against Women Act Immigration Petitions)
* Hardship Evaluations (Hardship Immigration Petitions)
* Victims of Crime: U-Visa Evaluations